The Essentials:   You Had Me At "Head-To-Toe Cashmere."

By Vicky Vitello on Jan 30, 2018   •   Topic: The Essentials

Eres Rituel Cashmere Bodysuit and Everlane Cashmere Sweatpant


The universe is trying to tell me something. All in one day I received three notifications of head-to toe-cashmere. Now, I know it’s the season for warm knits, but serendipitous thrice heralding of the world’s most luxurious way to cozy up and stay warm has left me quite obsessed.

So here are—more than a few—cashmere pieces that promise to keep you and me stylishly toasty until the sun shines warm again. Essential, is the perfect layering undergarment from Eres, to be topped off with this cashmere sweatshirt and joggers for that loungey feel, or this jumpsuit for those days when leaving the house just isn’t an option.


Tomas Maier Baby Cashmere t-shirt and Nili Lotan Marie Cashmere Cardigan

For daily wear, I just can’t get enough of Tomas Maier’s lux t-shirt in pale melon, or this staple sweater to be worn at all times and with all things. And to top it all off from one chilly venue to the next, this cape or this Nili Lotan duster cardigan that is the very next best thing to being hugged by my cashmere bathrobe.


Shaina Mote Onyx Sling Dress and The Elder Statesman Guatemala Cashmere Sweaterdress


Our beloved and cozy knit even has our backs for date night with this stunner of a dress or this chic shorter number by The Elder Statesman to be paired with anything from a favorite pair of jeans to the satin Dries pants that haven’t seen the light of day since that trip to Hawaii. Speaking of warm places, don’t forget to grab this travel wrap for re-entry from your winter getaway. (Or if you really want to spoil yourself—the Hermès stole.) 



White + Warren Cashmere Travel Wrap in Camel Heather and Hermès Soft Cashmere Stole in Marine

This time of year I always enjoy seeing the new spring/summer fashion trends start to surface, but my reality is that I’m still trudging through snow to get home to a warm wood stove. So for now...give me all the cashmere, please.

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